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Setting Up the OkiLAN 6200e Through NWAdmin32

There are two types of printers available with NDPS. One is Public Access, which anyone on the tree can get to. The other is Private Access, which requires rights to the object. For Public Access printers, the NDPS Printer can be created at the file server console or through Novell’s NetWare Administrator (NWAdmin32). The File Server Console approach offers less flexibility in configuration. Both approaches are described in this and the following subsection.

Setting Up the OkiLAN 6200e for Public Access Printers

1.

Create NDPS Manager.

2.

Double click NDPS Manager.

3.

Go to Printer Agent List

4.

Click New. Enter a name for the Agent.

5.

Select NDPS Manager Name.

6.

Select Novell Printer Gateway as the Gateway type and click OK.

7.

Select NONE as your Printer Type, select Novell Port Handler as the Port Handler Type and click OK.

8.

Select Remote (LPR on IP) and click Next.

9.

From the OkiLAN 6200e Configuration Sheet, get the print server’s IP address and use it for the Host Address Box of the Novell Gateway Utility. Then, enter the print server’s IP address. Also from the Configuration sheet, get the output port of the print server. Then, enter the output port as the Printer Name. Click Finish.

10.

If the “Loading Printer Agent” screen stays on for more than 60 seconds, click “Stop Waiting.”

11.

Ignore the error message, “The Printer Agent Just Created Needs Attention.”

12.

Choose the printer drivers and click Continue.

13.

The Status should show Idle.

Private Access Printers: these can only be created through NWAdmin32

1.

Create NDPS Manager in NWAdmin32.

2.

Go to the Context in which the Private Printer is to reside.

3.

Select Create. The New Object screen appears.

4.

Click NDPS Printer, then click OK. Click the Define Additional Properties box, and click Create.

5.

Give the Agent a name, assign it to a NDPS Manager (use the gray browse button marked ), then choose Novell Printer Gateway.

6.

Select NONE as your Printer Type, select Novell Port Handler as the Port Handler Type and click OK.

7.

Select Remote (LPR on IP) and click Next.

8.

From the OkiLAN 6200e Configuration Sheet, get the print server’s IP address

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